Marion Cotillard Steps Out in Zuhair Murad and Jimmy Choo for the 2013 Critics’ Choice Awards

January 12, 2013 • By Eryzle

Marion Cotillard looked edgy and playful at the 2013 Critics’ Choice Awards held at Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, California on Thursday, January 10. The 37-year-old French actress was nominated for Best Actress for her work in Rust and Bone but lost to Zero Dark Thirty‘s Jessica Chastain.

Check out how she looked at the event:

Marion Cotillard at the 18th Annual Critics' Choice Movie AwardsMarion Cotillard at the 18th Annual Critics’ Choice Movie Awards

The 37-year-old actress looked playful and edgy. Although unconventional, this isn’t really new; however, we can say that this is probably the most playful dress she has worn. It’s a Zuhair Murad fall 2012 dress (yes, not Dior, which she usually wears), which features a 1950s A-line tulle skirt and multiple-color floral-beaded applique. The open back definitely added a more stunning effect!

To let her dress sparkle and stand out, Marion Cotillard kept her make-up in neutral tone and her accessories minimal. She wore Chopard jewels and held a Christian Louboutin Riviera nude clutch. To finish her look, she slipped into nude sandal booties by Jimmy Choo.

Marion Cotillard in Jimmy Choo Tahi Sandal BootiesMarion Cotillard in Jimmy Choo Tahi sandal booties

Her dress kind of suggests dark glamour, so I guess pairing it up with black heels or pumps could also look great. Nevertheless, Marion’s nude heels perfected the entire getup. The contrast is great, actually.

Let’s now take a look at the sandal booties:

Jimmy Choo Tahi Sandal Booties1

Jimmy Choo Tahi Sandal Booties2Jimmy Choo Tahi Sandal Booties, $1,295.00

The Tahi sandal booties are part of Jimmy Choo’s spring 2013 collection. The shoes are of a perforated suede sandal boot design that features ankle cuffs with double-strap closures and zipper fastening down the back. Moreover, the 5-inch covered heels provide a boost in height.

Love it? You can get a pair at Jimmy Choo for $1,295.

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